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  • The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy has accepted Gorell Windows & Doors into its "Save Energy Now Leader” program. As a participant, the Pennsylvania-based vinyl replacement window manufacturer has pledged to reduce its energy intensity—and associated carbon emissions—by at least 25 percent over the next 10 years.... more »
  • The National Glass Association, publisher of Window & Door, and the Window & Door Dealers Alliance have moved.  The organizations are in new offices located at 1945 Old Gallows Rd., Suite 750, Vienna, VA 22182. The phone number for Window & Door and WDDA remains the same (703/442-4890).  Contact information for the Window & Door editorial and... more »
  • Shirley Wang, founder and CEO of Plastpro Inc., will be among several Americans who will be honored on May 7 with the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. Presented by the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, the award recognizes community leaders from diverse ethnic origins for their outstanding contributions to the nation and the world. NECO is recognizing Wang for her efforts to foster deeper... more »
  • The United States International Trade Commission has reached a final determination in its antidumping and countervailing duty investigations of imports of aluminum extrusions from China. Agreeing with U.S. Department of Commerce findings that these products are subsidized and sold in the United States at less than fair value, ITC officials have cleared the way for preliminary duties imposed last... more »
  • Feldco Factory Direct, a window and siding dealer based in Des Plaines, Ill., has opened its newest office and showroom location in Menasha, Wis., to serve homeowners in Northern Wisconsin. "We are extremely excited about opening our third location in Wisconsin," states John Quintana, Feldco Green Bay GM. "We have been serving the Midwest for over 30 years, and feel our... more »
  • ScreenItAgain.com, a new online shopping portal for made-to-order window and door replacement screens and grilles, has been launched by Quanex Building Products Corp., parent company of Truseal Technologies, Mikron Industries, Homeshield Fenestration Components and Edgetech I.G. The site is designed to enable homeowners to order replacement screens and grilles, traditionally a confusing and time... more »
  • Window World of Omaha, Neb., has agreed to pay a $3,976 civil penalty to the United States to settle allegations that it failed to notify owners and occupants of at least eight Omaha residential properties built before 1978 of lead-based paint risks prior to performing renovation work at those location, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.  This is the third such settlement in... more »
  • Severe storms and high winds damaged Pella Corp.'s Kentucky plant on April 25, according to an article in the Murray (Ky.) Ledger & Times. A press release sent to the newspaper by Kathy Krafka Harkema, Pella spokeswoman, said the storm blew debris onto the facility’s roof, turned over two rooftop air conditioning units, and ripped aluminum siding from a shipping area of the... more »
  • The American Architectural Manufacturers Association is commending 12 U.S. Senators who collectively sent a letter to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson questioning the EPA’s efforts to further amend the current Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Regulations.  The April 15 letter questions proposed clearance testing requirements, as well as EPA's analysis of... more »
  • PowerSaver loans, backed by the Federal Housing Administration, will be available from 18 lenders in certain regions of the country to provide homeowners up to $25,000 to make energy-efficient improvements, including door and window replacement. A two-year pilot program was kicked off last week by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Energy.  "We... more »